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27 September 2018

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FCT da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Polo Caparica)   
27/09/2018

Target audience:

Cardiology
Interventional cardiology
Cardiac surgery
Internal medicine

Intensive care medicine
General practice
Physical medicine and rehabilitation

Coordenadas GPS 38º 39' 36'' N/ 9º 12' 11'' W

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  • De Lisboa: Ponte 25 de Abril. Desvio "Caparica", IC 20 (via rápida da Caparica) (saída "Porto Brandão, Universidade"). Aprox. 20 minutos. Depende do local de saída de Lisboa.
  • De Setúbal: Autoestrada A2 no sentido de Lisboa. Desvio "Caparica", IC 20 (via rápida da Caparica) (saída "Porto Brandão, Universidade"). Aprox. 30 minutos.

CAMPUS
Onde estacionar: Parque da Biblioteca
Sala 1 – Auditório Caixa Geral de Depósitos (edifício V)
Sala 2 – Auditório 202 (edifício IV)
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  ROOM I
LIVE IN A BOX / LEARNING SESSIONS
  MORNING:
THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE HEART
08:30 Opening
09:00 Live in a box 1: learning how to lead a balloon pulmonary angioplasty (BPA) program
  Chairpersons: Hélder Pereira
  Facilitators: Maria José Loureiro, Filipa Ferreira, Rita Calé
  Panellists: Yu Taniguchi (BPA experience sharing), Rui Plácido, André Luz, Ruben Ramos, Elisabete Jorge
  Learning objectives:
  • To clarify what is the evidence for BPA and identify the patient groups where BPA may be appropriate;
  • To present what is the current BPA practice;
  • What are the main complications associated with BPA and how can we prevent it. To learn the usefulness of pressure wire to prevent reperfusion pulmonar edema after BPA;
  • To know how complementary techniques (IVUS/OCT) could be useful to guide BPA.
10:20 Key learnings
10:30 BREAK
11:00 Live in a box 2: learning surgical and transcatheter treatment for tricuspid regurgitation
  Chairpersons: Vasco Gama Ribeiro, Ângelo Nobre
  Facilitators: Pedro Braga, Bruno Melica, José Ribeiro
  Panellists: Rui Rodrigues, Pedro Carrilho, Duarte Cacela, Isabel João, Nuno Guerra
  Learning objectives:
  • To learn more about tricuspid valve anatomy and the prognostic implications of tricuspid regurgitation;
  • To understand how we can identify the candidates to interventional treatment of tricuspid regurgitation and the benefit of do it earlier in the process of the disease;
  • To know current surgical approach for tricuspid regurgitation;
  • To know the technique and the results of percutaneous treatment of tricuspid regurgitation
12:20 Key learnings
12:30 Lecture: Percutaneous intervention in acute pulmonary embolism
Could it replace fibrinolysis?

Miguel Ángel de Gregorio, JA Guirola
  Chairpersons: Marco Costa, António Fiarresga
13:00 LUNCH
  AFTERNOON:
THE LEFT SIDE OF THE HEART
14:00 Live in a box 3: learning mitral valve repair with MitraClip: indications, tools and technique
  Chairpersons: Miguel Mendes, Manuel Pedro Magalhães
  Facilitators: Rui Teles, Manuel Almeida, Marisa Trabulo
  Panellists: Regina Ribeiras, Pedro Gonçalves, Pedro Carrilho, Luís Baquero, Inês Cruz
  Learning objectives:
  • To understand the complexity of mitral valve anatomy and function;
  • To learn which patients with mitral regurgitation are candidates to percutaneous mitral valve repair;
  • Learning tips and tricks to ensure a successful MitraClip procedure;
  • Understand that procedural success is dependent upon echocardiographic guidance.
15:20 Key learnings
15:30 BREAK
16:00 Live in a box 4: burning questions on complete revascularization in left ventricle dysfunction
  Chairpersons: João Silveira, Lino Patrício
  Facilitators: Hélder Pereira, Hugo Vinhas, Gonçalo Morgado
  Panellists: Ângela Bento, Henrique Mesquita Gabriel, Ricardo Arruda Pereira, Cristina Martins, Jorge Guardado
  Learning objectives:
  • Discuss the appropriateness of functional complete revascularization in asymptomatic patients;
  • Discuss the evidence of percutaneous recanalization of CTO lesions;
  • Discuss the evidence of hybrid coronary revascularization for the treatment of multivessel disease, its vantages and limitations.
16:50 Key learnings
17:00 Roundtable Mechanical Support and monitoring devices: could they make the difference in heart failure
  Chairpersons: Jorge Ferreira, Dulce Brito
  Panellists: Fátima Franco, Rui Gomes, Carlos Aguiar, Hugo Corte Real, Tiago Nolasco
17:00 Pulmonary artery pressure monitoring: CardioMEMS - Robert Adam
17:20 Short-term mechanical circulatory support for cardiogenic shock: Impella – Ignacio Amat
17:40 Long-term mechanical circulatory support: Heart Mate III - Marta Marques
18:00 Discussion
18:30 Closing
   
  ROOM II
CASE-BASED INTERACTIVE SESSIONS
  MORNING:
ACUTE PULMONARY EMBOLISM (PE) AND THROMBOEMBOLIC PULMONARY
HYPERTENSION (CTEPH)
9:00-10:30 Case-Based Interactive Sessions - Acute PE
  Moderadores: Tiago Judas e Melanie Ferreira
9:00 Case 1 - Low-risk Pulmonary Embolism. Practical guide to anticoagulation. What agents, how long and in which patients?
Tiago Judas
9:30 Case 2 - Acute managing of Pulmonary Embolism. Do we need better risk stratification?
Melanie Ferreira
10:00 Case 3 - Is Intermediate High-risk Submassive PE best treated with advanced catheter-based therapy?
Hugo Moreira, Catarina Faria
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00-12:00 Case-Based Interactive Sessions - CTEPH
  Moderadores: Maria José Loureiro, Ana Oliveira Gomes
11:00 Case 1 - Long term surveillance after Pulmonary Embolism: recognizing chronic thromboembolic disease (CTED) as a post-PE syndrome.
Daniel Sebaiti, Filipa Ferreira
11:30 Case 2 - Which therapeutic options do we have for Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary hypertension?
Sofia Alegria, Maria José Loureiro
  AFTERNOON:
ACUTE HEART FAILURE AND CARDIOGENIC SHOCK
14:00 Resume of the clinical profiles of acute heart failure approach
Otília Simões
14:10 - 15:30 The B and L profile
  Moderadores: Francisca Delerue, Rui Gomes
14:10 The B profile – Congestive heart failure
The complexity of diuretic resistance
Inês Rangel

  • The challenge of the cardio-renal syndrome
  • Strategies to overcome diuretic resistance
14:30 Non-invasive pressure ventilation
Vera Pereira

  • The typical respiratory failure – adjustment of the parameters
  • The less typical respiratory failure
  • When considerer lack of response
14:50 The L profile – the beginning of the cardiogenic shock
Otília Simões

  • The diagnostic challenge
  • Inotropes versus inodilators drugs
15:10 Discussion
15:30 COFFEE BREAK
16:00-17:00 The C profile – cardiogenic shock
Filipe Gonzalez

Moderadores: Doroteia Silva, João João Mendes

  • Hemodynamic profile and monitoring devices
  • Inotropes versus vasopressor drugs
  • Is there a place for vasodilator drugs
16:30 Discussion
16:50 Take home messages